Cora Menstrual Disc
Cora Menstrual Disc
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A simple, reusable alternative to pads and tampons designed to stay in place comfortably. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Menstrual Cups products.
- Designed with a flat fit, the disc sits higher up in the vaginal canal, over the cervix, where sizing is more universal
- Due to the higher placement, the disc is a comfortable solution for women who don't want their cycle getting in the way of everyday life
- The disc's capacity of 37.5ml (milliliters) means longer wear time for more women, especially women with heavier flows
- Unlike Cups, discs have the benefit of auto-dumping throughout the day which is ideal for consumers with heavier flow
Made with premium, ultra-soft medical grade silicone.
First things first: Intuitively designed, the Cora Disc has 4 simple components (rim, finger-width groove, grip rings, catch).
- To ensure your disc functions properly, sanitize it before use by boiling it in water for 5-7 minutes
- Repeat this process between each cycle
- Wash your disc and hands before and after each use
- Before inserting, ensure there are no obstructions in your vaginal canal
- Squeeze the disc to form a figure 8
- The finger-width groove indicates the front of your disc, which should be facing away from your body when it is inserted
- Sit, squat, or raise one leg
- Guide the back rim of the disc into your vagina and push the disc back and down with your index finger towards your tailbone, as far as it will comfortably go
- With that same index finger, tuck the front rim up and behind the pubic bone to position the disc
- If you can’t feel the disc, it is in place properly
- To check the position of your disc, stand up, keeping your index finger on the rim of the disc
- You can wear up to 12 hours before emptying
- First, relax your pelvic muscles and bear down like you are having a bowel movement
- Hook your index finger under the front rim of the disc
- Then, gently slide the disc out, keeping it horizontal to avoid spills
Attention: If you have any genealogical concerns or conditions, including the use of an IUD or contraceptive ring, please consult your physician prior to using a menstrual disc.
If you experience any adverse effects, discontinue use and contact your physician.
Take good care with tampons, disc, and most things you insert into your body, there’s a learning curve to keep you safe from Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) which is a potentially fatal disease.
Never wear for more than 12 hours without emptying.
Not a contraceptive device and does not protect against sexually-transmitted diseases.